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filthy

inmundo

adjective

filthy
[ˈfɪlθɪ]
adjetivo
1. asqueroso(a) (very dirty)
2. (very bad)
  • to be in a filthy temper -> tener un humor de perros
  • he gave me a filthy look -> me atravesó con la mirada
  • filthy weather -> tiempo (m) de perros (británico)
3. obsceno(a) (obscene) (language, jokes); indecente (film, book), guarro(a) (español de España)
adverbio
4. (familiar)
  • filthy rich -> asquerosamente rico(a)

filthy [fil-zi]
adjetivo
1. Sucio, puerco, asqueroso.
2. Poluto, inmundo, depravado o corrompido moralmente; obsceno, torpe.

filthy [ˈfɪlθɪ]
adjective
filthier (comparative)filthiest (superlative)
1 (dirty) [+hands, room, house] asqueroso; [+bathtub] mugriento; mugroso; (LAm) [+clothes] muy sucio; [+water] inmundo
the water they have to drink is filthy the bath was filthy he was dressed in filthy rags like a beggar
2 (indecent) [+language, behaviour] grosero; obsceno; [+joke] verde; [+sense of humour] obsceno
he has a filthy sense of humour they were telling filthy jokes Oral sex was filthy. She never mentioned it I don't want to know about your filthy habits
3 (despicable) asqueroso
she called him a filthy murderer lo llamó un asesino asqueroso
he's a filthy brute, never sober I'm not having any of you filthy murderers in here
4 [+weather] asqueroso (informal); de perros (informal); [+temper] de perros (informal); de mil diablos (informal)
what filthy weather we're having! it's a filthy day isn't it?
she was in a filthy temper estaba con un humor de perros or de mil diablos (informal)
adverb
the children came home filthy dirty los niños llegaron a casa sucísimos; los niños llegaron a casa hechos un asco (informal)
whatever he wore, he got filthy dirty the minute he went out
they're filthy rich están podridos de dinero (informal); son unos ricachos (informal)

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